Alaska now has its second Moms For Liberty chapter, which is part of a rapidly growing network of more than 300 groups with 130,000 active members across 48 states.

The newly launched Anchorage chapter follows the establishment of a Mat-Su chapter last fall.

According to the national website, the organization is the “largest and only grassroots organization of Moms in the U.S. that are working to defend parental rights.” Its mission is “fighting for the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government.”

Founded in 2021 by two Florida moms and former school board members who were fed up with radical government school policies that harmed children and undermined parental rights, the national organization has drawn widespread attention in its efforts to fight the erosion of parental rights and woke policies in libraries and schools throughout the U.S. Its core values are to work as “joyful warriors” in standing for truth, building relationships and empowering others.

On the local level, groups meet regularly to discuss key public policy issues and proposals, review school curriculum, highlight important political races and strategize ways of advancing its larger mission. Members are encouraged to attend local school board, city council and other governmental meetings as issues arise.

The Anchorage Moms for Liberty chapter holds its first meeting on Feb. 13, 6 p.m., at Cross and Anchor Church (6505 Debarr Rd., Anchorage). According to organizer Gabby Ide, the kick off gathering will give attendees a chance meet the board, share ideas for holding the Anchorage School District accountable, and brainstorm ways to help solid candidates win seats on the school board in the upcoming election.


— For more information about Anchorage Moms for Liberty, email questions to or visit the Facebook site.

— For more information about the Mat-Su Moms for Liberty chapter, visit the website or Facebook page.

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Anchorage launches Alaska’s 2nd Moms For Liberty chapter to fight for parental rights

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.